Organisational Effectiveness Conference (HR ORG)

Venue: Hilton

Location: Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands

Event Date/Time: Nov 14, 2007 End Date/Time: Nov 16, 2007
Registration Date: Nov 01, 2007
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HR ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR HR STRATEGY IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE

While HR Executives have gained recognition as Strategic Team members, they face more pressure to perform than ever before.
Because the executives who thrive in this environment will be those who know how to maximize their value in the organisation, our conference theme is “Organisational Effectiveness”.

The very best HR practitioners achieve this by viewing their role in terms of maximizing business performance through people. They focus on strategy execution, while striving to get it right at the basic, transactional level. They help keep the talent pipeline flowing in order to feed the business the very best human capital.

The 12 Keynote Presentations & 4 Interactive Group Sessions will provide practical information and proven strategies on using HR systems that incorporates multiple types of experiences,providing organisations the information on how best to benefit from the positive impact of such knowledge.
Relevant topics include:
- Human Resources
- Strategy
- Management Developement
- International Business Developement and Strategy
-HR Business Partnering
- Employee Branding
- Human Capital Management
- HR IS
- Recruitment, rewards and recognition

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A few of the speakers attending are Philippe Cafiero, HR Director of Randstad, Julius James Executive Director & Programme Head of UBS, Richard West Head of Organisation Development for BAE Systems, Dineke Melker Head of HR Value@Stake at ABN AMRO, Angela Lane VP Human Resources Europe for Sara Lee, Gary Gilligan Director of Learning & Development for Microsoft International, Jef Pauwels Corporate HRM Director/ People & Organisation Development for Philips International and many more.

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